cats ~ chicken ~ dogs ~ ferrets ~ gerbils ~ goats ~ guinea pigs ~ hamsters ~ pigs ~ rabbits ~ rats
The Family Pet Veterinary Hospital
6005 15th Ave NW, Seattle, WA
Phone: (206) 784-3810
Has Been Named One of Seattle's Best
"There are 10,000 answers on Google to explain your pet's symptoms, but only your Veterinarian has the right one." ~Carrie Schneider DVM
Did you know that a chicken can run up to nine mph?
TFP will get this pretty girl back into racing shape!
The Family Pet is a full-service Seattle veterinary practice based in Ballard with over 70 years of experience, offering modern medicine with traditional values. Being a family owned business, pets aren't treated according to a corporate template or prescribed treatment that your pet may not need. We furnish individualized treatment for each patient at a level you select.
Doctors Carrie Schneider, Mary Kay Hilmoe, Shannon Nagasako, Julia Parker, Abigail Sine and our highly qualified support staff are experienced in complicated cases and geriatric medicine. They are motivated to make your pets visit pleasant while offering the best possible diagnostic and treatment options.
We strive to furnish the very best veterinary services and education to our clients to help our patients lead longer, healthier lives.
Division of The Family Pet Veterinary Hospital
3D CT Scans are an affordable safe, advanced imaging technique. CT scans result in 1000x more information than traditional two dimensional x-rays allowing for a more precise and complete diagnosis of a pet’s injury or illness. Not having to run additional tests means savings of time and money!
Division of The Family Pet Veterinary Hospital
Barnyard Pet Vet specializes in the care and treatment of goats, sheep, pigs, and other other small livestock in The Family Pet clinic.
The Barnyard Pet Vet is NOT accepting NEW clients at this time and is only providing farm visits to the greater Seattle metro area.
The Family Pet has one of the few CT Scanner for animals in the Seattle area.
See Examples of Images HERE.
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"I wish I had a million dollars to hand over to the staff. The reception, techs, dr, EVERYONE. My little dog became quite ill and despite their exceptionally busy day, they found a way to take him in. " - Sarah B..
"Brought my kitten in for his first shots and everyone was super friendly! I'm a first time cat owner and they happily answered all my questions. Left with a kitten kit and a lot of useful information." - Karina A.
"They are just the best. So friendly, easy to work with, take great care of our puppy. Can't go wrong with them! Jay V. Seattle." - Jay V.
"Very caring and thorough in exams and explanations. Now taking my second dog to them. Easy to get to with on site parking helps too. Do grooming too! Drs. Hilmoe and Nagasako both are terrific." - Rebecca B.
"A vet that walks in and joins your very scared kitty on the floor is the best kind of vet. Ella and I thank you! - Brandi B.
"Top notch. All the vets and vet techs are so kind and thorough and helpful, my dog enjoys going to the vet because he gets so much attention!!" ~ Sabrina H.
Contact Info and Map
The Family Pet Veterinary Hospital, Barnyard Pet Vet and Seattle Veterinary Imaging
6005 15th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 Phone: 206.784.3810, FAX: 206.892.9696
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The Family Pet Veterinary Hospital and Affiliates are Members of:
American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners
Greater Seattle Business Association
American Mini Pig Association
Puget Sound Veterinary Medical Association
American Veterinary Medical Association
Washington State Veterinary Medical Association
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